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"We are on a mission to bring more interactivity to the history classroom by getting students out of the desk to play with the lesson." All you need is a data projector, computer with the Flash Player, and a screen or smart board.
Make a graphic organizer with these six buttons. Fill in as your class spins
or you mouse over on page one.
In this game: Spin the wheel - look at the clue - then click on the correct government principle. (Federalism - Popular Sovereignty - Checks and Balances - Limited Government - Separation of Powers - or Judicial Review.)
I have included a graded drag and drop where students can see their correct and incorrect answers along with a score and a chance to move incorrect answers to the correct spots.
Turn this into a graphic organizer and it's a lesson.